Day two of our trip was pretty simple. We wanted to end up at the Slieve League cliffs and see as much as we could on the way. Sadly, time was against us, so we decided to cut down through the county. We missed out on a lot of the Wild Atlantic Way route. We had another glorious day though and I’m so grateful!
Inspired by photos I’ve seen on Instagram using maps as props, I was determined to get my own. Spent all morning scoping out a location. Didn’t see anything I pictured in my head so had to make do. Wasn’t the exact result I wanted but they were still cool.
The cliffs were so cool. Wish I’d had the time and energy to fight my anxiety and go for a walk along the top. We could see tiny specs of people in the distance trekking along. The coast here is so different to the views at the Cliffs of Moher, but equally as impressive.
Here’s some of the photos from the day. I didn’t get the lighting right in a lot of my pictures so wasn’t happy with many of them. We got to the cliffs in the middle of the day so lighting was super harsh.
Planning to do some helpful road trip posts soon.
As always, Eoghan took all photos of me, he has a site, check it out here.